Las Vegas Raiders lead 17-0 against Kansas City Chiefs

Josh McDaniels

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OK I’ll say it, Josh McDaniels was right when he made the late 2-point conversion against the Kansas City Chiefs in their Monday Night Football game Week 5.

The Las Vegas Raiders are entering the game with a score of 1-3 and are soon leading 17-0 at Arrowhead Stadium. Conducting all that looks like a failed 2022 campaign to restart your team is the kind of thing coaches need to do to change the scenario in a season.

Getting a lead with more than four minutes left against Patrick Mahomes is far from safe, of course. As Directors have pointed out since Mahomes took over in 2018, no prospect is safe, especially in Kansas City. The rowdy crowd, which has been screaming at the top of their lungs for so many playoff losses, has experienced far fewer defeats since Texas Tech’s best player became the team’s best player. In his second year as a starter, he has indicated that not having an early lead is too much as the 2019 Captain overcame a 24-0 deficit to beat the Houston Texans in a Game Split Round. The Mahomes captains then overcame a 10-point shortfall the following week in the AFC Championship Game to reach the Super Bowl. To claim their first championship since Super Bowl IV, the Captain came back from another 10 points against the San Francisco 49ers, and won 31-20.

Scoring the extra points to tie the game still leaves them in a Patrick Mahomes scenario late in the game, but makes it more difficult to exit the game by regulation if the Captain scores. Targets in the Chiefs field and now Raiders targets only have a relationship with each other. One Chiefs kill and extra, Raiders seven points back. Or, there’s a small chance that the Raiders finally stopped the Chiefs in the second half. Maxx Crosby had a great day again, and the Raiders defense was solid in the first half.

The Raiders’ two-point conversion attempt failed, but guess what, the defense struggled after pitching early in the first half, eventually forced to attack in the second. There were less than two and a half minutes left for the Raiders to begin to score the winning goal of the game. But unfortunately for them, Adams hit a pass while going out of bounds, making questionable contact with the Chiefs’ defensive defenders in the fourth game, and the Chiefs are now 4-1 and Raiders have the opposite record.

The Mcdaniels’ goal is to put some pressure on the World Leaders, who are scoring at will in the second half. For those who believe in Karma, you got the victory when the Chiefs defeated in the following turn. The Raiders showed courage and were rewarded when placing the game in their hands had a chance to win.

They eventually took the lead, but that 1-3 team pushed arguably the best team in the NFL to the brink, on the road. While taking a 17-0 lead has always been subject to some criticism, the decision to go two in the fourth half did not.

They won like any team with their back against the wall should be looking to change the trajectory of the season. Josh McDaniel hasn’t been fine this season, but he did play last night.


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